Secret NSA Flights Map to Military, Spy Installations
Buzzfeed has a tremendously interesting bit of investigative reporting that can be nudged a little further, I think. Looking at the flight records of the mysterious plane reveals a pattern of flights to towns just outside large US military installations.
Some are obvious — like Norfolk. Others much less so, like Thomson, Georgia, 30 minutes by car from Fort Gordon and a large NSA complex on the base. Or Erwin, North Carolina, home of a secluded commercial jetport just 40 minutes from Fort Bragg. Or just up the road from me, in Kennesaw, Georgia, home of a second-tier suburban airport that is nonetheless minutes from Dobbins AFB.
Also note that giant defense contractors like General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin often have offices co-located on bases like Bragg and Dobbins, which might be of use were someone with NSA contracts and contacts flying around the country for meetings.
But until the NSA explains what one of its top officials and her husband are up to, it is all just speculation and connect the dots.
A bank’s earnings are a quantum event; they are entirely probabilistic, and the answer you get depends on who’s doing the observing.